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Native Lights: Where Indigenous Voices ShineWe amplify stories of people within Minnesota’s Native communities. We explore the history, work, strength, and resiliency of Native people who are shaping the future, while appreciating those who came before. The podcast is hosted by Leah Lemm and Cole Premo, siblings, who are both members of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, in addition to being part of the Minnesota Native News producing team.Season one of Native Lights Podcast covers of topics including music, art, parenthood, adoption, foster care, addiction, and violence. We examine media portrayals of Native people and the absent or invisible narratives that allow stereotypes and misconceptions to persist.Native Lights Podcast is a production of Minnesota Native News and Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities, and made possible by funding from the Minnesota Arts and Culture Heritage Fund, and the citizens of Minnesota.

Latest Episodes

S1 BONUS – Celebrating Our First Season! LIVE from the MN State Fair

Boozhoo everybody! It’s a BONUS episode of Native Lights - We’re celebrating our first season with a LIVE show from the Minnesota State Fair! The theme of Native Lights is to let people’s voices and stories shine, people who have found their purpose and a way to share their gifts with the community. Hosts Leah Lemm and Cole Premo speak with more fabulous guests who are shining bright: 1. Minnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan - Peggy Flanagan is a citizen of the White Earth Nation and only the second Native American woman to ever be elected to statewide executive office in U.S. history. https://www.facebook.com/LtGovFlanagan/ (https://www.facebook.com/LtGovFlanagan/) 2. Sarah Wheelock - Twin Cities Native Lacrosse https://www.facebook.com/Twin-Cities-Native-Lacrosse-1488367821441753/ (https://www.facebook.com/Twin-Cities-Native-Lacrosse-1488367821441753/) 3. James Vukelich Kaagegaabaw, creator of "Ojibwe Word of the Day" http://www.jamesvukelich.com/ (http://www.jamesvukelich.com/) ht...

-1 s2019 AUG 25
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S1 BONUS – Celebrating Our First Season! LIVE from the MN State Fair

S1 EP5 – Media Makers

Many Native people are dissatisfied with the media portrayal of Indigenous communities across Turtle Island. In this episode, we hear from a Native reporter who is changing the very framework for how stories are told. A Native spokesperson talks about how she found her voice and her ability to speak for her community. And a group of Native women talk about the barriers to reaching out to reporters and being heard. Simone Senogles: Development Coordinator for The Indigenous Environmental Network, the Red Lake Nation. Dr. Kate Beane, Scholar, historian, teacher and documentary filmmaker, Flandreau Santee Dakota and Muskogee Creek Wab Kinew: Author, Journalist, TV and Radio host for CBC, Legislator, Manitoba Assembly, New Democratic Party) Pipe-carrier, activist, and hip-hop rapper (winner of Aboriginal Peoples’ Choice Music Award for Best Rap/Hip-Hop CD), Ojibway of Onigaming First Nation Hosts Leah Lemm and Cole Premo also speak with MN Native News producer/reporter Melissa Townsend...

-1 s2019 JUL 17
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S1 EP5 – Media Makers

S1 EP4 – Making Safe Spaces

In the era of #metoo and #timesup many Native women are making culturally specific, safe spaces for each other to heal from sexual violence. In this episode, Native women share their perspectives on healing and building resistance to a mainstream culture that seems to idle in the face of sexual violence against Native women. Ikidowin Peer Education Program and Youth Theater Acting Ensemble presents a play called “Everything is a Circle,” written by Illusion Theater and directed by Curtis Kirby III. Ojibwe Elder Sharon Day is the Executive Director of Ikidowin, a program of the Indigneous People's Task Force. Jenny Miller: Program Executive with YMCA youth intervention services Eileen Hudon: Activist, Ogichidakwe Council of Female Warriors, Elder, Anishinaabe Hosts Leah Lemm and Cole Premo also speak with MN Native News producer/reporter Laurie Stern. Theme Music: Cole Premo Special Music: Strong Woman Song, led by Eileen Hudon and healing drum circle at the Elders Lodge in St Paul...

-1 s2019 JUL 17
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S1 EP4 – Making Safe Spaces

S1 EP3 – Finding Family

This show is about family — in all its different forms. A lot of Native families have been disrupted one way or another by government sponsored genocide. But there have always been Native women and men working to repair that disruption. This episode features five amazing women doing this incredible work. Heidi Grika: Mother, White Earth Band of Ojibwe Jasmine Grika: Nokomis Circle liaison at Ain Dah Yung Center in St Paul, Cheyenne River Sioux and the Red Lake Nation Lucy Favorite: Executive Director, American Indian Family and Children's Services Shana King: Parent Advocate at the Indian Child Welfare Law Center in Minneapolis, Vice-Chair of the American Indian Family Services Center in St Paul, Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation Sandy White Hawk: Founder of Indian Orphans Association and First Nations Repatriation Institute, Sicungu Lakota, Rosebud Sioux Tribe Hosts Leah Lemm and Cole Premo also speak with MN Native News producer/reporter Laurie Stern. Theme Music: Cole Premo Spe...

-1 s2019 JUL 17
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S1 EP3 – Finding Family

S1 EP2 – Artistry and Identity

In this episode the conversation turns toward themes of identity and how Indigenous artists find themselves communicating their identity in their art. Briand Morrison: Guitarist, Musician, Composer, son of the late George Morrison, the well-known visual artist, Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Kayla Aubid: Writer, Lakota, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Waase Aubid: Painter, artist, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Hosted by Leah Lemm and Cole Premo Theme Music: Cole Premo Special Music: “Spark in an Endless Black” by Cole Premo Links: Briand Morrison’s music: http://www.briandmorrison.com/ Native Lights Podcast is a production of Minnesota Native News and Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities, and made possible by funding from the Minnesota Arts and Culture Heritage Fund, and the citizens of Minnesota. Ampers is an association of 18 independent community radio stations in Minnesota, which are all licensed to a college, school, university, Native American tribe, or di...

-1 s2019 JUL 17
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S1 EP2 – Artistry and Identity

S1 EP1 – Finding Your Purpose & Sharing Your Gifts

All the stories in this first episode are about purpose: the idea that we’re all created to do something special. When you do it, you feel fulfilled, because you’re contributing your gifts to your community. We hear from people who are living their purpose and inspiring others to do the same. Rob Fairbanks: Comedian, Social Media Entertainer, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Renee Gurneau: Teacher, Elder, the Red Lake Nation Jody Beaulieu: Activist, Elder, the Red Lake Nation Hosts Leah Lemm and Cole Premo also speak with MN Native News producer/reporter Melissa Townsend. Theme Music: Cole Premo Special Music: “Earth” by Leah Lemm Links: Rob Fairbanks YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrkYVTbGG3bn2dEkrB4vDKg Native Lights Podcast is a production of Minnesota Native News and Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities, and made possible by funding from the Minnesota Arts and Culture Heritage Fund, and the citizens of Minnesota. Ampers is an association of 18 indep...

-1 s2019 JUL 17
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S1 EP1 – Finding Your Purpose & Sharing Your Gifts

Native Lights Podcast Soon!

Native Lights amplifies stories of people within Minnesota’s Native communities. We explore the history, work, strength, and resiliency of Native people who are shaping the future, while appreciating those who came before.

-1 s2019 JUL 4
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Native Lights Podcast Soon!
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Latest Episodes

S1 BONUS – Celebrating Our First Season! LIVE from the MN State Fair

Boozhoo everybody! It’s a BONUS episode of Native Lights - We’re celebrating our first season with a LIVE show from the Minnesota State Fair! The theme of Native Lights is to let people’s voices and stories shine, people who have found their purpose and a way to share their gifts with the community. Hosts Leah Lemm and Cole Premo speak with more fabulous guests who are shining bright: 1. Minnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan - Peggy Flanagan is a citizen of the White Earth Nation and only the second Native American woman to ever be elected to statewide executive office in U.S. history. https://www.facebook.com/LtGovFlanagan/ (https://www.facebook.com/LtGovFlanagan/) 2. Sarah Wheelock - Twin Cities Native Lacrosse https://www.facebook.com/Twin-Cities-Native-Lacrosse-1488367821441753/ (https://www.facebook.com/Twin-Cities-Native-Lacrosse-1488367821441753/) 3. James Vukelich Kaagegaabaw, creator of "Ojibwe Word of the Day" http://www.jamesvukelich.com/ (http://www.jamesvukelich.com/) ht...

-1 s2019 AUG 25
Comments
S1 BONUS – Celebrating Our First Season! LIVE from the MN State Fair

S1 EP5 – Media Makers

Many Native people are dissatisfied with the media portrayal of Indigenous communities across Turtle Island. In this episode, we hear from a Native reporter who is changing the very framework for how stories are told. A Native spokesperson talks about how she found her voice and her ability to speak for her community. And a group of Native women talk about the barriers to reaching out to reporters and being heard. Simone Senogles: Development Coordinator for The Indigenous Environmental Network, the Red Lake Nation. Dr. Kate Beane, Scholar, historian, teacher and documentary filmmaker, Flandreau Santee Dakota and Muskogee Creek Wab Kinew: Author, Journalist, TV and Radio host for CBC, Legislator, Manitoba Assembly, New Democratic Party) Pipe-carrier, activist, and hip-hop rapper (winner of Aboriginal Peoples’ Choice Music Award for Best Rap/Hip-Hop CD), Ojibway of Onigaming First Nation Hosts Leah Lemm and Cole Premo also speak with MN Native News producer/reporter Melissa Townsend...

-1 s2019 JUL 17
Comments
S1 EP5 – Media Makers

S1 EP4 – Making Safe Spaces

In the era of #metoo and #timesup many Native women are making culturally specific, safe spaces for each other to heal from sexual violence. In this episode, Native women share their perspectives on healing and building resistance to a mainstream culture that seems to idle in the face of sexual violence against Native women. Ikidowin Peer Education Program and Youth Theater Acting Ensemble presents a play called “Everything is a Circle,” written by Illusion Theater and directed by Curtis Kirby III. Ojibwe Elder Sharon Day is the Executive Director of Ikidowin, a program of the Indigneous People's Task Force. Jenny Miller: Program Executive with YMCA youth intervention services Eileen Hudon: Activist, Ogichidakwe Council of Female Warriors, Elder, Anishinaabe Hosts Leah Lemm and Cole Premo also speak with MN Native News producer/reporter Laurie Stern. Theme Music: Cole Premo Special Music: Strong Woman Song, led by Eileen Hudon and healing drum circle at the Elders Lodge in St Paul...

-1 s2019 JUL 17
Comments
S1 EP4 – Making Safe Spaces

S1 EP3 – Finding Family

This show is about family — in all its different forms. A lot of Native families have been disrupted one way or another by government sponsored genocide. But there have always been Native women and men working to repair that disruption. This episode features five amazing women doing this incredible work. Heidi Grika: Mother, White Earth Band of Ojibwe Jasmine Grika: Nokomis Circle liaison at Ain Dah Yung Center in St Paul, Cheyenne River Sioux and the Red Lake Nation Lucy Favorite: Executive Director, American Indian Family and Children's Services Shana King: Parent Advocate at the Indian Child Welfare Law Center in Minneapolis, Vice-Chair of the American Indian Family Services Center in St Paul, Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation Sandy White Hawk: Founder of Indian Orphans Association and First Nations Repatriation Institute, Sicungu Lakota, Rosebud Sioux Tribe Hosts Leah Lemm and Cole Premo also speak with MN Native News producer/reporter Laurie Stern. Theme Music: Cole Premo Spe...

-1 s2019 JUL 17
Comments
S1 EP3 – Finding Family

S1 EP2 – Artistry and Identity

In this episode the conversation turns toward themes of identity and how Indigenous artists find themselves communicating their identity in their art. Briand Morrison: Guitarist, Musician, Composer, son of the late George Morrison, the well-known visual artist, Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Kayla Aubid: Writer, Lakota, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Waase Aubid: Painter, artist, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Hosted by Leah Lemm and Cole Premo Theme Music: Cole Premo Special Music: “Spark in an Endless Black” by Cole Premo Links: Briand Morrison’s music: http://www.briandmorrison.com/ Native Lights Podcast is a production of Minnesota Native News and Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities, and made possible by funding from the Minnesota Arts and Culture Heritage Fund, and the citizens of Minnesota. Ampers is an association of 18 independent community radio stations in Minnesota, which are all licensed to a college, school, university, Native American tribe, or di...

-1 s2019 JUL 17
Comments
S1 EP2 – Artistry and Identity

S1 EP1 – Finding Your Purpose & Sharing Your Gifts

All the stories in this first episode are about purpose: the idea that we’re all created to do something special. When you do it, you feel fulfilled, because you’re contributing your gifts to your community. We hear from people who are living their purpose and inspiring others to do the same. Rob Fairbanks: Comedian, Social Media Entertainer, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Renee Gurneau: Teacher, Elder, the Red Lake Nation Jody Beaulieu: Activist, Elder, the Red Lake Nation Hosts Leah Lemm and Cole Premo also speak with MN Native News producer/reporter Melissa Townsend. Theme Music: Cole Premo Special Music: “Earth” by Leah Lemm Links: Rob Fairbanks YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrkYVTbGG3bn2dEkrB4vDKg Native Lights Podcast is a production of Minnesota Native News and Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities, and made possible by funding from the Minnesota Arts and Culture Heritage Fund, and the citizens of Minnesota. Ampers is an association of 18 indep...

-1 s2019 JUL 17
Comments
S1 EP1 – Finding Your Purpose & Sharing Your Gifts

Native Lights Podcast Soon!

Native Lights amplifies stories of people within Minnesota’s Native communities. We explore the history, work, strength, and resiliency of Native people who are shaping the future, while appreciating those who came before.

-1 s2019 JUL 4
Comments
Native Lights Podcast Soon!
the END
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